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ARTS 150 Exam 3 Review         [1]D [2]D [3]E            [4]A [5]C [1-5] Match the work to its geographic region: (a) Pacific/Oceania (b) Southeast Asia (c) Africa (d) South Asia (e) Americas [6]B Which of the following concepts applies to all of these works? (a) They all require movement and sound to be fully understood. (b) They all effect transformation from one state of being or consciousness to another. (c) They all invoke the power of ancestor spirits. (d) They all emerged in cultures with no written language traditions. (e) The cultures in which they arose are no longer active. [7-11]   [7](a) Vishnu [8](a ) Radha [9](a) varies dramatically from [10](a) innovation [11](a) Mughal (b) Hanuman (b) Gopis (b) samples (b) personal expression (b) literati (c) Akbar (c) Shiva (c) makes vague reference to (c) botanical painting (c) taiga (d ) Krishna (d) Kali (d)  closely copies (d)  copying (d) polymer (e) Shah Jahan (e) Hamza (e) restores (e) romantic love (e) Rajput [12-17]           This image, which represents [7] and [8] in a pavilion makes a visual commentary on the  union of the earthly with the divine.  Produced in 1760, the image [9] similar paintings  produced up to 200 years earlier.  In this culture, [10] was an act of devotion rather than  artistic plagiarism.  This painting exemplifies one tradition within the broader category of  Match the subject to the number. [12] Bichitr [13] King James I [14] Turkish Sultan [15] Sufi Shaykh [16] Jehangir [17] Rank the men represented  from  most important to least important. (a) a, b, c, d, e (b) e, d, c, b, a
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ARTS 150 Exam 3 Review/2 [18-20]    The position of the figure’s left hand is called [21]B, one of several types of [22]E that convey different messages or  moments in spiritual practice and historical tradition.  (a) dharmachakra (b) abhaya (c) sana (d) parinirvana  (e) mudra  [23]B  [24]C  [25]A [26] D    [27]E       [28-29] The [18] of this representation of [19] identifies it as [20] in  origin.
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